mother-daughter tea party right before Valentine’s Day.
noticed that I need to make more opportunities for us to have some epic mother daughter time. She loves all the frills and fun of putting
together a party, and I thought this would be a great way to get together with
our friends, the kids could play dress up and the adults could chat and drink
and her friends always drank tea. She almost
always had a tea bag in her purse for when we would stop at someone’s house. The adults would sit around the table and
drink tea and the kids would play. It was a Sunday tradition throughout my childhood.
varieties as well as an improved green tea.
Gone are the days of plain old black tea! The new black teas provide bold aromas and
unique flavors to put a new twist on traditional black tea – my personal
favorite was the Lady Lipton.
herbal teas combine real ingredients with Lipton’s best herbal tea blends to
awaken the senses. The kids preference
was for the Peach Mango and Cinnamon Apple herbal teas. You can find the full line up of Lipton
Green, Black and Herbal tea flavors here.
a brunch tea rather than an afternoon tea.
We had lemon and almond scones, pumpkin muffins, fruit, and individual
conversation, and the kids immediately got to playing. The girls all came dressed up in their pretty
dresses, but pretty much immediately they all had Emma’s princess costumes
on. What better way to celebrate a tea
party, than to be dressed to the 9’s as a princess!
couple of hours of quality time with all of our friends. I think that it will be something I will
definitely do again in the future because the girls all had such a nice time.
a mother-daughter tea party? What is
your favorite kind of tea?